WHO: Swine Flu Vaccine May Be Unsafe

Fast-Tracked Swine Flu Vaccine Under Fire

This report has been submitted to Sir Liam Donaldson, Chief Medical Officer of the UK, and to the US Food and Drugs Administration. The fully referenced report summarises existing evidence on why mass vaccinations, especially of school children should not be undertaken. The vaccines are likely to be ineffective, and the side effects worse than the disease they are supposed to prevent. The vaccines have not been fully tested for safety and the intended adjuvants include ingredients well known to be toxic. Please forward this report widely to your government representatives, wherever you are. One Click Note:
This excellent and timely report from ISIS is a must read.
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins - Institute of Science in Society Report

2. WHO - Swine Flu Vaccine May Be Unsafe

Plans to fast-track the swine flu vaccine in Britain came under fire from World Health Organisation chiefs today. The Department of Health plans to make the vaccine available at least two months earlier than in America. More than 132million doses have been ordered with the first batch due to arrive next month. Dr Keiji Fukuda, the WHO's flu chief, today warned about the potential dangers of the untested vaccine: "There are certain areas where you simply do not try to make any economies. One of the things which cannot be compromised is the safety of vaccines."
Mark Prigg, London Evening Standard
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3. Fatal Reactions And Injuries Occurring With Tamiflu 'Swine Flu' Drug

There have been 150 reports of suspected adverse reactions to the Tamiflu treatment for swine flu in Britain
The agency that licenses medicines in Britain has received 150 reports of suspected adverse reactions to the Tamiflu treatment for swine flu. The figure was released yesterday as GPs said some patients were choosing not to take the drug because of concern about the possible side effects. There were five reports involving nine suspected adverse reactions to Relenza, the rival drug to Tamiflu which is taken by inhalation and is less widely used. A second report of a fatal reaction was being investigated.
Jeremy Laurance, New Zealand Herald/The Independent
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* Swine Flu News - The Fuckwittery Takes Its Toll
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* One Click On Swine Flu
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* Dr Sarah Myhill - Swine Flu July Update
Dr Sarah Myhill MB BS, Swine Flu Information - July 2009